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cntlantlc Christian CoUecf.e 



a L HARDY LIBRARY 

ATLANTIC CHR'^: ~N COLLEGE 
WILSON, Nuhi.i CAkOLINA 



HERE IS WHAT WE HAVE BEEI\ LEADIIVG UP TO . . . 

Our follefH' iicods ceitiiin new biiildiiififs. Tlif fiiroUnicnt this year is the largest 
ill the liistory of the eollegc — 523 studi'iits. To house these and to train them 
properly, they should have the advantages atlorded by more modern laboratory 
e(iuipnient and faeilities, by eomf'ortable living (juarters with room to move around 
in. The trustees have aeted to begin building as soon as tinisiie<l jilans are avail- 
able. The new buildings will be a Ciirls Dormitory, Library. Administration Huilding 
(Reconditioned Kiiisey Hall), Science Hall, and a Student Union IJuilding which 
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ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 



Wilson, North Carolina 






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Gene Barxes, Editor 
Mary Lee Taxxer, Business Manager 




JSineteen Jori^^Ci^ht 

cAtlantlc Cnrlitlan 



WITH A FACE TO THE FUTURE 

We look 111)011 tlie beginning of a new era — a span of forty-six years of 
growtli, development, and fiilfiliment of our dreams of a eollege wliieli 
will be far better than the one of today. Tiiis dream has been inspired 
by the minds and souls of the Ciiristian men and women who formed 
the real cornerstone. 

Mere dreams are materializing every day in the thousands of dollars 
pouring into our iin])rovement fund. The concrete evidence will he in 
the new buildings, classrooms, and the otiier necessary alterations to come. 

We believe that life at A.C. is unique and worthwhile not only as l)rep- 
aration for life, but as ''a way of life" itself. This is wh.'it we have 
sought to present in the 194hS Pine Knot, 

Gene and Lee. 






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Dn. J I. S. IllLLEV 
Pre sill cut 



c^dnt in U tra tion 



Raymond R. Miller 
Dean of Instruction 



Harris C. Moore 
Dean of Men 




Dean of JVomcn 
Sarah Bain Ward 



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3aculty. 



Erxestin'e Boixeau 

Instructor in Commercial Subjects 

A.B. 



C. Fraxklix Eicher 

Acting Professor of Education 

A.B., M.A., Pli.D. 



Helex Braxdon^ 

Instructor in Social Science 

A.B.. M.A. 



Ola Fleimixg 

Librarian 

A.B.. :SI.A.. A.B. ill L.S. 



Perry Case 

Registrar and Professor of Philosophy 

A.B., B.D., M.A. 

Robert Derrick 
Instructor in J oice 



C. H. Hamlix 

Professor of Social Science 

A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D. 

Mildred E. Hartsock 

Professor of English 

A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. 



Dorothy Eagles 

Instructor in English 

A.B. 



F. A. Hodges 

Professor of Science 

A.B., M.S. 



Boineau 



Brandon 



Case 



Derrick 



Eagles 




Eicher 



Fleming 



Hartsock 



Hodges 



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Holsworth 



Johnson 



Lineberger 



Lucas 




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Spangler 



Vick 



Wills 



Donis Camphell Holsworth 

I nsiriicior in Kiif/lish 

A.B., A.M. 



Robert F. Shanglrr 

II call Coach — Instrucfnr in Athh'iics 

mill Mathematics 



Mahv Johnson 

I n.strnctor in Music 

B.M. 



I.r.oYi) Staiik 

Profexnar in Mathematicx 

A.B. 



Katheri.ne Lewis 

I nstrnctor in Phi/nical Edncatian 

A.B. 



Susan Frances Vick 
Acting Head, Dcpartmoit of Modern iMnf/nage 

A.B. 



Fred I.. I.ineberger 

Instructor in German 

A.B.. B.D. 



J. M. Waters 

Professor of Bible 

A.B. 



Claude Lucas 

Instructor in Science 

A.B. 



Camilla Louise Wills 

Instructor in Biidogy 

B.S., A.M. 



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faculty. 



Taylor 




Dorothy Holdex 

Instructor in Comytifrcial 

Subjects 



Mrs. Mary Wilson 
Nurse 



Mrs. Ella Taylor 
Dietitian 



]\OT PICTURED 



Jean Abbit Harriss 

Instructor in Commercial Subjects 

B.S. 



Eva Perkins Eicher 

Instructor in Education 

A.B. 



John W. Fontaine 
Professor of Music 



OFFICE STAFF 



Mildred D. Ross 
Booklceeper 



Sylvia Sechler 
.Isst. Boohkeeper 



Catiierink Matius 

Sec' I) to President 



Beth .Ioynem 

Sec' y to Registrar 



Mathis 



Joyner 




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Miss Agnes Peele 



For tlic fine (|ii;ility iif Iht leadership and service, synipatlietic 
uiulerstandiiig, and guidance, we pay tribute to Miss Agnes Peele. 
Our beloved teacher and friend, who gave lier whole hearted devo- 
tion to Ciiristian Ideals, will alwavs live in our nieniorv. 



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(Board of IjruAteeA 



TERM EXPIRING 1947 

John Askew Raleigh. N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck W;isliin<iton, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell. N. C. 

L. A. Tart ■ Dunn. N. C. 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, N. C. 

C. L. Hardy Maury, N. C. 

J. C. Warren Newton Grove, N. C. 

A. D. Shacklefokd Wilson, N. C. 

TERM EXPIRING 191.8 

J. F. Latham Bath, N. C. 

A. W. Ange Winterville. N. C. 

S. W. Richardson Wilson. N. C. 

Elbert Peele Williamston, N. C. 

John W. Cowell Bayhoro, N. C. 

C. H. Rawls Raleigh. N. C. 

Dn. C. S. Eagles, St-crctarii Saratoga, N. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Saleni, N. C. 

TERM EXPIRING 1919 

G. F. LoFTiN Kinston, N.C. 

W. H. WooLARD Circenvillc. N. C. 

S. M. Jones New Bern, N. C. 

W. H. Bhunson Ayden, N. C. 

H. Galt Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

T. J. Hackney, Chairman Wilson. N. C. 

Curtis W. Howard Kinston. N. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapalioe, N. C. 

HONORARY TRUSTEE 

George Hackney Wilson, N. C. 



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SENIOR OFFICERS 

Preaident Mah(;i kkite Noe 

Vice President Laston Grantham 

Secretary Iris Lke 

Treasurer Wavlon Bissettf. 



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SEIMORS 




Wa^ I.O.V lilSSETTE 

Wilson. X. C. 

" Studinn.s, quiet, rfficiriici/, ready to 
help, Phi Delta Gamma." 



Mac Bvhd 

Erwiii, X. C. 

"Phi Kappa mnii, ititellir/<'iit , liltahle, 
rcell-dre.iseiL" 



V. W. Callahan 

Rofky Mount, N. C. 

'Minister, eoiixeientiiiiis, frieiidli/, .studi- 
ous." 



IvAWHKNCK Chandler 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

'Brainy, the cushion, ambitious, leader- 
ship, alicai/s in a hnrri/." 



Bill Cohhktt 

Zcbuloii, N. C. 

'Guitar, Phi Kappa, preaeher, nice 
personaliti/." 



Frances Creech 
Wilson. N. C. 
"Athletic, Delta Sic/ma, ipiiet, studious. 



SEIVIORS 



Jasies Daniell 

Bogart. Ga. 

'Athletic, Phi Kappa, personaliti/ phis, 
southern draid, president of Student 
Body." 



Nona Mae Daniells 

Wilson, X. C. 

"Ahcays has a tan, fun-loving, Amer- 
son's, sense of humor." 



Hazel Davexport 

Deep Run, N. C. 

"Pretty hair, Sigma Tau Chi, love to 
laugh, rings the bell." 



Elizabeth Ward Davis 

Williamston, X. C. 

'Pretty girl, Sigma Tau Chi, married, 
postoffice." 



Lucille Dixon 

Elm City, N. C. 

"Quiet, easy to get along zcith, friendly, 
cute as can be." 



Edith LaVerne Driver 

Selma^ N. C. 

'Tuggy, fun to be icith, friendly, hard 
worker." 




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SEIMORS 




Irene Dudley 

Kiiiston, N. C. 

"Conscientious, Jcihr, a 'icill of hrr oicn, 
ambHinus, al\cai/.s -icillinfj to help, 
'Dud'.-' 

Junius Evans 

Fremont, X. C. 

"Chi'crful , sense of humor, depeudahle, 
good spurt." 



Pat Gainey 

Wilson, N. C. 

'Sports, shnc and east/, keeps the boi/s 
in line, 'Flo and Junior'." 



Blanche (Jay 

(ioldshoro, N. C 

'Sigma Tan Chi, icv'////. Ii}l of fun, touch 
of mischief." 



Jane Goff 

Willianistoii. N. C. 

'Phi Sigma Tau, 'Maurice,' indepeud- 
ent, hard xcorker." 



I, ASTON (JHANTilA.M 

Mount Olive, N. C. 

'Sigma .11 pha, loves .Jean, a nice felhnc, 
ambitions." 



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SE]%IORS 



C. D. GURGANUS 

Verona, N. C. 

"Phi Delta Gamma, dependable, studi- 
ous, admired." 



TlIELMA HaRDISON 

Jamesville, N. C. 

"May Queen, Sigma Tau Chi, 'Bill, 
attractive, hair-do's." 



Fred Heath " 

Kiiiston, N. C. 

'Phi Delta Gamma, a nice person, 
biology lab, ambitious." 



La Vere Howes 

Selma, N. C. 

"Quiet, lihable, coiiperative, ambi 
tious." 



William Harrison 

Williamston, N. C. 

'Sigma Alpha, good looks, easy to get 
along with, lots of fun." 



Fraulein Jarman 

Richlands, N. C. 

Phi Sigma Tau, quiet and ambitious, 
pretty eyes, sweet disposition." 




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SEI%IORS 




Marv Ellen Jones 

Show Hill. N. C. 

"Lttiighs all the time, whixllcn, frii-iiilli/ 
and sici'fti Phi S'n/iiui 'J'liii." 



Edwaud H. Kennedy 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

''Natiiralli/ xniari, I'lii Delta (iamtiia, 
qiiit't, arlisi." 



Peahl Lami! 
Plymouth, N. C. 

" Scholarlfi , quiet, girl's eoinicil." 

Helen I,amm 
Spring Hope, N. C. 
"Dramatics, giggles, pretty liair, cute 



Iris Lee 

Ar;i]);i]ioc, N. C. 

'Musical talent, Delta Sigma, friendl;/ 
and sweet." 



Vera Lewis 

Gretiivilli-. N. C". 

"Petite, 'Tommi/,' clieerfiil , liLalile 
southern drawl." 



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SEI%IORS 



Jean Lisenby 

Roanoke, Va. 

' 'Pee JVee,' Delta Sigma, neat, loves 
to sleep." 



Vivian Miller 

Wilson, N. C. 

"Dramatics, photogenic, conscientious, 
engaged." 



Thomas G. Moore 

Greenville, N. C. 

'Music and poetry. Phi Delta Gamma, 

la::if-l)(>n('s, talent." 



Clifton P. Morris 

Kinston, N. C. 

'Pipes, Phi Delta Gamma, M.D. to be. 



red shirt, icitty.' 



Marguerite Noe 

Wilson, N. C. 

'Maggie' dramatic ahiliti/. Delta 
Sigma, heads the senior class, loves 
to dance, nice." 



PoE O'Neal 

Middlesex, N. C. 

"Tall, good student, likable, thought- 
ful." 




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SEiVfORS 




Gilmer Parujsh 
Bailey. X. C. 

"Short, ni'iiiistcr In he, (uiiU'itidiis , <jiiii-t." 

C'Anr. I). 1'ate 

Bcul.-ivillr, X. C. 

' Kfficifiit, quiet, vcri/ iiidcpciKlciit, stu- 
dious." 



WalTIOH C. l^ATK 

Kiiistoii. X\ C. 

"Bmc-ties, jullil, liLrs in s'nitj. Phi Delta 
Ci a Villi a." 

James Pierce 

Micro, \. C. 

"Cheer leader, (jood dancer, aeriilialic." 



Frank Shearin 

Fortsiiioutli, Va. 

"Liked hi/ all, (jood sport. Christian 
Felloicsliip, a trull/ religious leader." 



Jacqi'elixe Si'eigut 

Wilson. X. C. 

'Jackie,' cute, 'iiiiidder,' Phi Sigma 
Tail, Mai/ ciiiirt." 



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SEiVfORS 



Alvin Suggs 

LaGraiige. N. C. 

"Handsome, Phi Kappa, good natured, 
fid I of fun." 



Mary Lee Tanner 

Wilson. N. C. 

'Delta Sigma, 'You Xaiiie It,' 'Teddy, 
personaliti/, jokes to spare, cute." 



Doris Taylor 

Lucama. N. C. 

"Quiet, su-eet, dependable and coopera- 
' live." 

John D. Thompson 

Stantoiisburi>-, X. C. 

"Laughs at everything, married man, 
drives a coupe." 



Ethel Thorne 

Elm City, N C. 

'Loves Gray, likes a good time, a nict 
smile, Sigma Tan Chi." 



J. D. Thorne 

Elm City. N. C. 

"Fire-lmll, Phi Kappa, athletic, liked hi, 
all." 




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SENIORS 




Hkhsciikl M. Tyson 

Wilson, N. C 

"J'eri/ (Ifprntlahlf, aiiihitiotix, 'liraitis,' 
'Pepsie,' 'Suit'." 



WiLF.v Wall 

Micro, X. C. 

'Phi Kappii, good ilaiicrr, 'Ah JVihlrr- 
ticss,' prr.soiialiti/." 



Melville F. Warren 

Faisoii. X. C. 

'Mai/ King, 'Droop//,' Sir/iiin Alplia, 
piano, K'Uti/, pojinlarit i/." 



DonoTHY .Iran W^aters 

Wilson, X. C. 

'Carolina,' Phi Sigma 'Van, attractive, 
fun loving." 



Ruby Waters 

Pinetown, N. C. 

"T/ikcs a gooil time, 'Kin.sri/ Hall,' Mix- 
chii'vons." 



Charlotte Webster 

Pimtown, X\ C. 

'Pi'pj)i/, athli-tic, rnjoi/.i laughing, al- 
wai/s .seen -ccitli Uuin/." 



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SENIORS 



Rudolph Wiggs 

Fremont, N. C. 

"Flowers and food, good naiured, a 
thoughtful friend." 



Clara E. Woolard 
Pinetown, X. C. 

'Kind of quiet, hut oh so nice, likable." 



Harry Wynn 

Bearjjrass. X. C. 

'Studious, intelligent, Sigma Alpha, 
friendl,/." 




At last you are a senior . . . ready to leave tliis jjlace for bigger things . . . 
your major a reality instead of courses in the eollege catalogue . . . serious 
thoughts and jokes about the hardships you have been through . . . no dancing 
on campus . . . the dining hall . . . regretting the chapel cuts you didn't take . . . 
the building fund ... a bigger and better A.C. . . . wondering liow it will look 
ten years after you graduate . . . packing four years of your life into cardboard 
boxes and almost yelling "See you next year" . . . grinning and turning the 
tassell. . . . 



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Most Likely to Succeed 




In:s Lee 
Thomas Moore 



Most Popular 




Most Athletic 

Frances Creech James D. Thorne 



huperlatlveA 



Best Looking 



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TlIELMA HarDISON 

James Daxiell 



Mary Ellen Jones 
Melville Warren 



Most Dependablp 




Fraulein Jarman 

C. D. GuRGANUS 



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JUNIOR OFFICERS 

President IJill Brinson 

Vice Prcxiilent Sankord Pittman 

Secretary Lenore Piiilipps 

Treasurer Whitney Weaver 



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Vivian Allkn Colon Ammons Fhancis Ammons (inoiiui-: J5aii,kv 

Greenville, N. C. Lumber Bridfi;e, N. C. Luiiiher Bridjj;e, N. C. Wilson. N. C. 



Flojiadalia Hkuniku Mary Alick Bkaslkv 
Ponce, I'uerto Kieo Four Oaks, N. C. 



HovcK Bhinson 
Black Creek, N. C. 



Bill Bhinso.v 
Arapahoe, N. C. 



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Jl/iVfORS 



Roy Brown William J. Bryant France? Chapman 

Wilson. N. C. Elm Citv. N. C. Cove City, N. C. 



Joyce Crlssman 

Joncsboro, N. C. 



Horace Davis 

I'riinoiit, N. C. 



Flora Cjainey 
Wilson. X. C. 



.Toiix I.. GoiF 
Williainston. X. C. 



David Hardison 
Araijalioc. N. C. 




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Wanda Havnes 
Wilson, N. C. 



Donna Horton 
Wilson, N. C. 



Buck Jonks 
Dunn, N. C. 



Jesse M. Jones 
Edwards, N. C. 



Tassie Ree Langley 
Nashville, N. C. 



Elizabeth Leach 

Wilson, N. C. 



Darwin ]\I cC a fI' it v Norwood McCullen 
Edwards, N. C. Clinton. N. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Charles IMayo "Lois jMayo Gladys Mizell P">lea>;ok Reaves 

Royal, N.C. Alliance, N. C. Palmyra, X. C. Fayetteville, N. C. 



Joyce Peterson 
Clinton, N. C. 



Lenore Phillips 
Grifton. N. C. 



Pete Riggax Gerald Postlethwaite 

Wilson, X. C. Cameron, W. Va. 




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Tommy Ruffin 
Wilson. N.C. 



William Shiver 
I?oiiiu;iu. \. C. 



JosiE G. Smith 
Cirifton, X. C. 



Raymond Smith 
Kiiiston. X. C. 



Jean Sti!otheh 
Stanton.slmrET, X. C, 



h:AXNE SiKssMTTH Mary Klien Talton 
Wilson, X. C. Pikt'villc. X.C. 



Edxa Taylor 
I-a (iransri-, X. C. 



JUNIORS 



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Jl/iVfORS 



Bei'laii Tew 
Godwin, N. C. 



TiiKo P. Thomas 
Wilson. X. C. 



John Thorne 
Elm City, N. C. 



GwEN Tomlinson 
Black Creek, N. C. 



Don Torrence 
Cornelius, N. C. 



Cii.EN'N Weaver Wiiitxkv Weaver Norma Willahu 

Four Oaks. N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. Cliarleston, S. C. 




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Ramona Wouley Francks Yklvkuton Yancey Avcocic 

Pink Hill, X. C. Stantoiishui-i.-, N. C. Black Creek, N. C. 



'One for the iiKiiiey, 
Two for tile show; 
Three to make ready, 
Ami four to iro." 



Three years beliiiiil us, and the last one coming uj). After that, graduation and 
-what ? 



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Batch's Den! 




Wills and the Anioeha! 



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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 

President Mahiox Zollicoffkh 

J'lce President BiCK JoXES 

Secretary Bettve Xewtox 

Treasurer x\lax DeR att 



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SOPHOMORES 



Brantley Avcock 
Wilson, N. C. 

Gerald Aycock 
Fremont, N. C. 

Harold Bain 

Dunn. N. C. 

L. C. Barbmir 
Erwin, N. C. 

Boise Barnes 
Wilson, N. C. 

Eugene Barnes 
Wilson, N. C. 

Warren Barnes 
Wilson, N. C. 

Ralph Bennett 
New Bern, N. C. 

Barbara Ann Boole 
Wilson, N. C. 

Rlielma Bovkin 
Wilson, N. C. 

Cecil Brown 

Wiliningtfni, N. C. 

Katlierine Brewer 
Wilson,- N. C. 

Iris Ann Bunch 

Elizabetli City, N. C. 

.lack Bvuuni 

Bayboro, N. C. 

Robert Cannady 
Dunn. N. C." 

Evelyn Carroll 
Greenville. N. C. 

J. T. Cobb 

Greenville, N. C. 

Walton Colcy 
Selma. N. C. 

Walter Correll 
Cornelius. N. C. 

Joe Costin 

Warsaw, N. C. 




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Ruth Creasy 

Wriglitsville Beach, 
N. C. 

Alan DeRatt 
Wilson, N. C. 

Eugene Driver 
Dunn, N. C. 

Marian Driver 
Wilson, N. C. 

Charles Exum 
Fremont, N. C. 

jMartin Finch 
Bailey, N. C. 

H. F. Flowers 
Wilson. N. C. 

William Flowers 
Fremont, N. C. 

Steve Gliarmas 
Wilson, N. C. 

Jesse Godwin 
Wilson, N. C. 

Joseph Griffin 
Edenton, N. C. 

Irwin Hardy 
Norfolk. Va. 

Doris Har])er 
. Spring Hope, N. C. 

Earl Harrison 

Elm City, N. C. 

James Hearne 

Macclesfield, N. C. 

Monnie Holland 
Clinton, N. C. 

\^irginia Hooker 
Baylioro, N. C. 

,Iohn Ingraham 
Dunn, X. C. 

.Tames Phillips 
Wilson, N. C. 

Brownie Jones 
Wilson, N. C. 



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SOPHOMORES 



Alice Langstoii 
Four Oaks, N. C. 

Doris Lee 

Benson, N. C. 

Junius Lee 
Erwiii, N. C. 

Gfiie Lewis 

Greenville. N. C. 

Milton Lewis 

Wliitakers, N. C. 

Corlev I-ineberger 
Wilson, N. C. 

Mary Frances Llewellyn 
Wilson, N. C. 

Richard Llewellyn 

Wilson, N. C." 

Elmer Loftin 
Ayden, N. C. 

Bruce Martin 

Red Oak. N. C. 

Wilbert Massengill 
Princeton, N. C. 

Tliomas MeCaskill 
P'.rwiu, N. C. 

James MeLawliorn 
Hookerton, N. C. 

Fav McMillan 

Four Oaks, N. C. 

Henry Mercer 

Walstonburg, N. C. 

Alma Moore 

Wilson. N. C. 

Eugene Morris 
Greenville. N. C. 

Grover Morris 

Greenville, N. C. 

Louise Morris 
Kinston N. C. 

J. B. Narron 
Wilson, N. C. 




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Bettve Newton 
Wilson, N. C. 

J. F. Nichols 
Sims, N. C. 

William Nowell 
Wilson, N. C. 

John O'Connor 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Evelyn Overman 
Wilson, N. C 

Charles Page 
Sims, N. C. 

Norman Patterson 
Bailey, N. C. 

Clarence Pearson 
Bailey, N. C. 

Georgia Pearson 
Wilson, N. C. 

Howard Phillips 
Wilson, N. C. 

Shirley Phillips 
Wilson, N. C. 

William Phillips 
Wilson, N. C. 

Fred Pippin 
Zehulon, N. C. 

Sant'ord Pittman 
I.ucama, N. C. 

Thomas Proctor 

Stantonsburg, N. C. 

John Rawls 

Arapahoe, N. C. 

George Saleeby 
Wilson, N. C. 

Hal Smitli 

Whiteville, N. C. 

Relmond Smith 
Fremont, N. C. 

Celia Stallings 
Bailev, N. C. 



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SOPHOMORES 



William Stallings 
Keiily, N. C. 

Bol)l)v Stott 
Ba'iky, N. C. 

Dovis I>. Taylor 

Black Creek, N. C. 

William Tliigpen 
Mt. Olive." N. C. 



Edward Tliompsoii 
Hallsboro, N. C. 

Darlcne Tueker 
Joiieshoro, N. C. 

Evelvii Tudor 
Wilson. N. C. 

Arnold Tyiidall 
Kinston, N. C. 

Berry Vau.sc 
Selma. N. C. 

Jerome Vick 
Wilson. N. C. 

Doris Warren 

Robersonville, N. C. 

Ray Watson 

Elm City. N. C. 

Thomas Watson 
Dover. N. C. 

Thomas Wells 
Elm City. N. C. 

Atwood Wiiorton 
Merritt, N. C. 

Frank White 

Edrnton. N. C. 

William White 
Winston. N. C. 

James Wilder 

Harrellsville, N. C. 

Garry Willard 
Danville. Va. 

Sue Fan Williamson 

Sims. N. C. 




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William Windham 
Walstonburg, N. C. 

Margaret Wright 
Whiteville. N. C. 

Dorothv Wvatt 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Marion ZoUicoffer 
Dunn, N. C. 



Horace Overman 

Wilson, N. C. 



"One for the money, two for the show" . . . and wjiat a show they are. this 
sophomore class . . . full of characters . . . full of laughs . . . full of fun . . . 
they have added much to making tlie year a merrv one. . . . 



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FRESH]IIA]\ OFFICERS 

President Kkhrv KicKr.i(;nTEii 

Vice President Wii/rox Moiiius 

Secretary Miriam Downs 

Treasurer Sybil Babrktt 



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First rote, left id right: Jack Allsbrook, Rocky Mount, X. C; Rcevis Alpin, Mount 
Olive, N. C; Hugh Barefoot, Dunn, N. C; Grady Barncll, Whitakcrs. N. C. ; Carey 
Barnes, Lucania, X. C. ; Svbil Barrett, Farinville, X'. C; Cecil Bass, Rolierson- 
ville, N. C. 

Second roic: Clarence Bass, Erwin, X. C; Joy Mae Bass, Lueama, X. C; Dorotiiy 
Boyette, Wilson, X. C; Jarvis Beaman. Walstonburg, N. C; Rachel Bcaty. Smith- 
field, X. C. ; Robert Betters, Chelsea, Mass.; Dale Bi)i|)us. Xew]iort Xews, Va. 

Third rote: Theodore Bowen, Wilson, X. C; Anne Bratt'ord, Sanford. X. C.; Rufus 
Braxton, Farmville, X. C; David Bryan. Mount Olive, X. C; Cirisella Carlson, 
Lillington, X'. C. ; Robert Carr. Erwin, X. C; Thomas Chase, Eureka, X. C. 

Fourth rocc: Betty Todd Corlette, Southport, N. C; Dewey Coojjcr, Elm City. 
N. C; Elizabeth Coor, Goldsboro, X. C; Louis Cosco, Chelsea, Mass,; Robert Cowan, 
X^orfolk, Va.; Lauricc Daniels, Atlantic, X, C; Lillian Deans. Wilson, X. C. 

Fifth rou-: Martin Denning, Goldsboro, N, C. ; N. C. Dunn, Selma. X. C; Evelyn 
Economous, Roeky Mount, X"^, C; Thomas Economous, Rocky Mount, X, C; W. A. 
Edminidson, Oriental, X, C; Wilbur Eubanks, Richlands, N. C. ; Marion Ennis. 
Erwin. X. C. 



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First rote, left to right: Robert Fisher. Morrison, Va. ; Ra_vmond Fleming, Rober- 
sonville, N. C. ; Robert Fox, Morrison, Va.; Grace Gardner, Walstonburg, X. C; 
Olivia Godwin, Four Oaks^ N. C; B. C. Gray, Trenton, N. C. ; Proctor Hardison, 
Kinston, N. C. 

Second roxc: Marie Harper. Deep Run. X. C; Dorotliy Harrell. Wilson. N. C; 
Franklin Harrell. Columbia, X. C; Millard Harrison, Kinston, N. C. ; Thurraan 
Harwood, Wliiteville, X'. C; Peggv High, Wilson, N. C; Naomi Hill, Newton Grove, 
N. C. 

Third rucc: .lack Holtcni. Wilmington. X". C; Frances I,ou Hooks, Fremont, X. C. ; 
Rachel Horton, Walstonburg, X. C. ; Xorman Ingram, Dunn, X^. C. ; Carroll James, 
Faison. X. C; .Jesse James, Goldsboro, X. C; Ann Johnson, Robersiniville, X. C, 

Fourth roic: Hugh Johnson, Four Oaks, X. C; Sherwood Jones. Selma, X. C. ; 
Seth Jones, Dover, N. C; Walter Kelly. Wilson, X. C. ; Kerry Kicklighter, Glen- 
ville, N. C; Marjorie Killebrew. Fountain. N. C. : Wallace Kirby. I.ucama, X\ C. 

Fifth row: Zaek Koonce, Chelsea. ]\Iass. ; Myer Kravetz. Chelsea, Mass.; Iris Lee 
Leary, Beulahville, X^. C. ; Coimor Lee. Hobgood. X. C; Max Lee. Benson, N. C. ; 
Walter Leggett, Bethel, X'. C; Pina I.ineberger. Wilson. X. C. 



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Firxt roxc, left to right: Marion Loftiii. Trenton, N. C; Bill Mann. Wilson N. C ; 
Leonard Mann. Walstonburji'. \. C. ; .Jobe Metis. Riclilands, \. C. ; Hillic Miller. 
Wilson. \. C; Wilton Morris. Kenlv. N. C; Aloiizo MeLawliorn. Hookerton, N. C; 



Second r(nc : ,(aek Overman, Wilson. N. C; Albert Owens, Walstonluiri;. X. ('.; 
Helen Owens, Fremont, N. C. ; Macon Page, (ireenville. N. C. ; Percy Lee Pair. 
Ski])|)ers, V;i.; Geors>e Poffenberner, Hani])ton. ^^•^.; Anna J. Poole, Kinston. N. C. 

Thiril ro-cc: Reid Poole. Kinston, X. ('.: William Presley. I',(icnt(m. N. ('.; Clarence 
Proctor. Saratofja. X. C; Bill Raines. Kenlv. N. C. ; Edjjar Reiifrow. Keiily, X. C; 
Cecil Rbodes. Ricblands. N. C; Bobbv Riddle, Durban), X. C. 



Fourth row: Mary Roberts. Wilson. \. C. ; Vernon Roebuck. Williamston. X. C.; 
Tbonias Russell. Morrison, ^'a. : Ciene .Secbler. Landis. X. C.; David Smith, 
(ireenville. X. C; .1. M. Smith. Winterx ille, X. C; ,Iudson Stephens. Dunn. X. C. 

Fifth ro-iC: Xeedbam Stevens, ,Ir.. Smitbtield. X. C; Bobby .Strickland, Duini. X. C. : 
Ann Sumner. Wilson. X. C.; L. A. Sutton. Turkey, N. C; Bobby Tart. Dunn. 
X- C.; Rov Tart. Dunn, X. C.: Georiie Tavlor. Winston-Salem. N'. C. 



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First roxc, left to right: Stacy Thigpen, Mount Olive, X. C; W. C. Thorne, Wilson, 
N. C; Allen Tyndall, Goldsboro, N. C. ; Willard Tyson, Stantonsburg, N. C. ; Wade 
Mobley, Williamston, X. C; Betsy Wall, Kenly, N. C. ; Harold Walker, Golds- 
boro, N. C. 

Second roxc: Druie Warren, Spray, N. C. ; Norman Watson. Wilson, N. C; Paul 
Webb, Macclesfield, N. C; William Webber, Goldsboro, X. C; Bernelle White, 
Williamston, X. C. ; James Whitley, Washington, X. C. ; James R. Whitley, Stantons- 
burg, X. C. 

Third rare: f'rances Worley, Black Creek, X'. C. ; Margaret W'instead, Wilson, 
X'. C; Violet Williamson, Wilson, X. C; La Vee Woodard, Princeton, X. C; Eliza- 
beth Yarborough, Winston-Salem, X'. C. 



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First roic, left to right: Ora Aycock. Liicania, X. C; Donald Barnes. Smithfield, 
N. C; LaDelle Barnes, P'reniont, N. C. ; Anna Riitli Batts, Elm City. X. C; Rachel 
Bennett, Freeland, X. C. ; Geraldine Benton, Fremont, X'. C. 

Second row: Russell Morris, Sims, N. C; Lee Capps, Kinston. X. C; Lorraine 
Carpenter. Rockj' Mount. N. C; Jo Anne Coggins, Rocky Mount, X. C. ; Lena 
Cutler, Washington, X. C; James Daughtry, Princeton, X. C. 

Third roxc: Miriam Downs, Winton, X. C; Helen Evans, Freeland, X. C. ; Peggy 
Fugate, Elm City, X. C. ; Marguerite CJrady, Deep Run, X. C. ; Ricliard Harper, 
Snow Hill, X. C; Harold Heatli. Dec]) Run. X. C. 

Fourth row: Marvin Hill, Smithfield, X. C; Heber Howard, Pink Hill, X. C. ; 
Alice Humphrey, Richlands. X. C. ; Major Ivey, Fremont. X. C; Christine James. 
Fai>!on, X. C; Virginia Jordan, Clinton, X. C. 



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First roic, left to ricjht: Elizabttli Kelly, Wilson, N. C. ; Evelyn Kelly, Reidsville, 
N. C; Mary Lou Lassiter, Four Oaks, N. C. ; Ann Merritt, Wilmington, N. C; 
James Morris, Vanceboro, N. C; Joe Batten. Wilson. N. C. 

Sccanil niw: Willie Pearl Peaeoek. Kim City, N. C; Catherine Philyaw, Comfort, 
N. C; Dolores Sauls, Dudley. N. C.; Ruby Smith. I.ueama, N. C.; Aileeii .Speiirht. 
I-eggett. N. C; Marth.i S])ivey. Hookertou. N . C. 

Third rozc: Bertlia Sullivan, Washinjiton, N. C. ; Martha Talton. Smithfield, N. C; 
Jean Thomas, Wilson, N. C; Mary Sue Thomas, Four Oaks. N. C. ; Eldrifje W\-it- 
son, Wilson, N. C. ; Waldine Watson. Lucama, N. C. 

Fourth row: Pete Whitford, V'aneeboro, X. ('.: Reua Whittijifiton, Dunn, N. ('.; 
Norvelle Wi»u;s, Prineeton, N. C; Shirley Williams. Washiuiiton. N. C. ; Minnie 
Wiiibonie. Sims. N. C. ; Annette ^\'omaek. Selma. N. C. 




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I could be true to you ... A word to the wise is . . . Ipana for the smile of beauty 
. . . Constantly . . . Class dismissed . . . "Joe College" ... I'd like to thank each 
and every one . . . The scientific method ... Sal Hepatica for the smile of health 
. . . Mr, and Mrs. 




SliJipt-ly. artii't tlicy? . . . 10:00 and all is well 1 . . . 10::iO a.m. (AnuTson's lioiiiid) : 
Seen IVddyr . . . Look wlio's lure . . . Qucenie . . . Bored.'' . . . How to make A 
on Engli.sli . . . Loatiiif;"- . . . iiaw — not Ciene . . . (hiess what I forjrot . . . sinijjle 
— nothing to it . . . 15(n-is Karloff? Peter Lorre.' ... I iiad my wheeties this 
morning . . . Yeah, what's it to ya ? . , . The morning after. 



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. . . THE MAD RUSH FROM 8 O'CLOCK . . . UNTIL 

Perhaps to the library to slave, groan, and sigh . . . some to the gym ... on to 
the next elass . . . "Y" Store for a eoke . . . ehapel snooze . . . CJreek letter 
days . . . no letter today . . . dark eornevs . . . Dinner r .' .' at six . . . and so 
activity goes on here, tliere. and yonder. . . . 



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Une Pine K^ot 





Gene Barnes 
Editor 



Mary I.kr Tanxeh 
liiisnirss Manager 



'Wliere arc tlif ]iicturt's ?" moans sonubod}', and tlie .start' gets panicky until 
somebody finds tlicm jnst wbcrc the editor left tbcm. 

Frankly wt' bardly know what to say. For tlie |)ast niontlis tlic staff lias worked 
and |)laycd and found time to stick together the thousand odds and ends which f;'o 
to make up an annual. It's been funny at times — ;ind at times r.ither exasperating. 
Pictures didn't turn out and ideas wouldn't click. We ho])e that you can look 
back over the annual and recall a year which has .irt'ectid all of us. and th.it the 
f.aces and ])laccs you sec. and the jiicturcs of the things you did, won't be forgotten. 

There's not much else to say. We've done our best. We like it. so if you like it, 
then we're satisfied. 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 

Gene Barxes 
Editor 

Charles Page 
Doris Harper 
Edna Taylor 
Plo Bernier 
Rachel Horton 
Alma Moore 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Mahy' Lee Taxxer 
Business Manager 

Ihexe Dudley 

Asst. Business 
Manager 

Mr. Lloyd Stark 

Faeultij Business 
Adviser 

Evelyn Economus 

Jeainie Sue.ssnnitli 

Gladys Mizelle 

Ranion;i Worlev 






ulte Colleg,iate 



DoHOTllV WvAlT 

Kdili.r 

The ('{illcr/iatc, ()tfii'i;il iic\v,s|)a|)cr of tlic stii- 
(k-nts 111' Atlantic Christian C'olk'ijf, is a 
niontlily |)iil)lic-ati(in. Tlu' paper serves not 
only to review and record canipns liappen- 
inji's. lint to present t'eatnre material which 
stinnilates open discnssions. providini; a 
means f(n' the voicin!>; of stnih-nt opinion. 



15 1 1, 1, ]3 1! IN SON 

Iiii.s:iixc.\ Manaf/rr 

15 ILL MASSKNIilLI. 

As.iixlaiit liii.sincsn Mancujcr 



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COLLEGIATE STAFF 

F.diiar Dot Wvatt 

Bunincss Manager Bill Brinson 

EuiTOlilAL BoAIiU 

Associate Eilitur ^Lil!(i^•Kl!ITli N'oE 

Art Editor (JLADYs Mizell 

Sportx Editor Jack Overman 

Feature Editor Donis Harper 

Ti/pist F'd Taylor 

BisiXKss Board 

Assistant Business Manager Bill Massencjill 

Circulation Manager Rachel Beata" 

Assistants 

Norma Willard, Jack Overman Berry \'ause, Walton Coley, ^L■^rjoric Killebrew, 
Vivian Miller, Jobey (irifiin, Sparky McCaskill. Ed Tliomjisoii, Irene Dudley. 
Rufus Braxton, Melville Warren, C. D. Gurfranus, Alice Lannston. 

Adviser Dr. Mildrku Hartsock 



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Lxecutive (Board 




Tlu' C'o()|)i-r;itivc Association, ovtiauizcd in !!):{(>. liaiuUcs all niajm' stndcnt affairs 
inchuiini;- discijdinary cases, and rcii'idatini; stndcnt activities. The Association, stn- 
dents and iacnity. work tnnctiur to devcloj) wtliin each student tlu' ideals for livini; 
and enecniraiie the sncccssful and intelligent a|)|)lication of the ])rinci|iles of personal 
honor. 



MEMBERS 

I'rc.iidriil Iimmv Damki.i. 

rice Prcxuh-iit ' (. I). Tiiounk 

Sfcrctarij p'RArLiicx .Tahman 

Trcasnri-r David Hahdison 

Pri'xulciit of Jf'omi'ii'n Dorniiiiin/ Coinicil Madv Ei.lkx .Tones 

Prcsidrnt (if Men's Ddrniilnri/ Coinicil Mac Bvhi) 

Ttncn Rrprc.icntativ'.' John Tiiobnk 



Fnciili ij lie prrsi'iiintivcs 



Raviiond Millfr 
Sarah Bain Ward 
Harris C. Moork 
F. A. Hodges 



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Qlt*l^^ ^orntitor^ Council 




The Girl's Dormitory Council is the judicial and executive lind\' of women governing' 
the regulations for the dormitory girls. This organization is striving to maintain 
an environment suitahle to ])roniote the welfare of the girls, to maintain unity and 
honor, and to develop self control. res|)(uisihility. and loyalty among those residing 
on the campus. 



MEMBERS 

President Mary Ki.i.kn Joxks 

Vice Presitlent M.miv Alice Beaslev 

Secretary Pearl Lam is 

Treasurer Edna Tavloi! 

Senior Representative Frai'Leix .Iarmax 

Junior Hepresentative Vivia.x Allen 

Sophomore Representative Dorothy Wyatt 

Town Representative (mvex Tomlinson 

House President Hazel Davenport 

House President Jane Goff 

Factiltfi Adviser Sarah Bain Ward 



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Jjo^^^ 3)onnitory, Council 




Tlie Men's Ddnnitorv Council is tlii' judii'i.-il aiul rxcciitixr IkkIv (if niiii i;iivt.Tniiij!; 
tlu' rules .-uul ref;ul;itii)ns iit' tlie lueu on the eauipus. The duty of this oriianization 
is to assume tlie rt'spoiisilility for the uood eojuluet and niaintenanee of tiie lust 
conditions for seliolarly work. 

MEMBERS 
Mac Byrd. Thomas McCaskill. Buck Jones, Jerry Postlcthwaite. Boliliy Fox. Jolm 
Inn;rani. Harris C. Moore, Adviser, 



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Student Christian cA^^ociatlon Cabinet 

The Student Christian Association of Atlantic Cliristian College endeavors to reach 
into the lives of young men and women, to find their problems, and to aid in solving 
them. This organization carries on active religious work and is helpful in making 
the campus life spiritually and morally alert. This organzation operates the Y Store. 

MEMBERS 

John Goff, Margaret Wright. ,Iohn Rawls, Louise Morris. Buck .Tones, Josic Gallo- 
way Smith, Bill Brinson. .Jerry Postlethwaite. Advisers: Mr. Lloyd Stark and Miss 
Sarah Bain Ward. 




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Christian Jellow^hip 




Friendship - Worship - FcUo'iCship 



Tlie Christian Fellowship is composed of those students who are preparing for full- 
time Christian Service. Each member is attempting through study to build a 
philosophy of life based upon principles of Christ. Tlie purpose of the fellowship 
is to guide tlie members in solving problems of pastoral theology and Christian 
doctrine. 



OFFICERS 

Prenident • Jehhv Postlethwaite 

Vice President R.-iLPH Bennet 

Secretari/ Darlene Tuckkh 



MEMBERS 

Mr. J. M. Waters, sponsor; Waylon Bissette, Tommy Watson. Louise Morris. 
Fraulein Jarman, Herschel Tyson, Ruth Creasy, Irene Dudley. Tommy Moore, 
Margaret Wright, Jack Overman. Jerry Postlethwaite, Vivian Allen, Cecil Brown, 
Lenore Philli})s, Iris Ann Bunch. John Rawls. Tassie Ree Langley. Darlene Tucker. 
Marjorie Killebrew, Evelyn Carroll, Bill Brinson, Charles Page. Celia Stallings, 
Kenneth Denning. Bettv Yarborough. 



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Social Committee 



The Social Committee is composed of members appointed by the Executive Board. 
The function of this organization is to plan, promote, and coordinate the social 
activities of campus life with full student participation. 



MEMBERS 

Evelyn Economous, Mac Byrd. Gene Barnes, Royce Brinsoii, Doris Harper, and 
Susan Vick, Facultv Adviser. 




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Science Club 




Tins orji'aiiizatiDn consists of tliosf students (U-sirini!; outside study in the field of 
science. Tlu' eluli meets once a month to discuss prolilems (U- listen to lectures of 
phases of science. 

OFFICERS 

President H. F. Flowers 

Vice President , Jamks McLawiiorx 

Secrelarji ^'IVI.\.\• Milled 

Treasurer Charles Page 



MEMBERS 

Miss Camilla Wills, sponsiu'; H. F. Flowci's, Tassie Ree Lanf!;le_v. ^'ivian Miller, 
James Wilder. Charles Page, James McLawhorn. Vera Eewis. Mary Kllen Talton. 
Frances Yelverton. 'I'onnnv W.atson. Clifton Morris. Fred Heath. Edward Kennedy. 



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FOUNDED IN 1938 




MARGARET NOE 

President 

ELIZABETH LEACH 
DAVID HARDISON 
DONNA HORTON 
ELIZABETH WARD DAVIS 
BILL BRINSON 



IRIS ANN BUNCH 



EUGENE BARNES 



BUCK JONES 



DOROTHY WATERS 



ROY BROWN 




C. D. GURGANUS 

Secretary and Treasurer 

JANE GOFF 

MARY ELLEN JONES 

IRIS LEE 

FRAULEIN JARMAN 

WALTON COLEY 

JOHN GOFF 

CORLEY LINEBERGER 

DARLENE TUCKER 

RAYMOND SMITH 

MELVILLE WARREN 



LOUISE MORRIS 



Faculty Advisers 



DR. MILDRED E. HARTSOCK 



LLOYD STARK 



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Mar^naU 




Tlic duty of tlic inarsiiiils is to assist at any cntcrtaimiu-iit nivrii in cniiiicftioii with 
tlie college. Marshals aie cliosen on a seliolastie basis, two from I'aeli class. The 
Chief Marshal is chosen frcnn the .Si-nior Class. 



Ch'icf Marshal /.\N'K (Jori' 

Senior Mnrxlial C. I). (iriKiAxrs 

Si-nior Marshal Kmzauktii I.kacii 

Junior Mar.slidl . . D.AVii) Haiidison 

Junior Marshal Ikax.xk SrEssMiTii 

Sophoinorc Marsha! Com.F.v LiXKl!KH(;f:i( 

Sophinnorc Marshal DoiiOTiiv U^att 



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Concert Committee 




To create an interest in, and to increase the enjoyment and a|i])ri'i'iati(ni of the 
finer arts, tliis eominittec selects and arranges for celel)rated artists to apjiear on 
our campus. 



MEMBERS 

Norma Willard, Reid Poole, Iris Lee, Mary Alice Beasley, Mary Johnson, Faculty 
Adviser, 



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Qlee Club 



Under the direction of Mary Jolmson, the Glee Club has done outstanding work. 
Special concerts at holidaj-s and chapel services have made up their program of 
activities. 

MEMBERS 

Norma Willard, Iris Aim Bunch. Pina Lineherger, Todd Collett. Gladys Mizelle, 
Doris Warren. Fraulein Jarman. Elizabeth C'oor, Betty Yarhorough. Darlene Tucker. 
Leonard Mann, Macon Page, Jolin Rawls, Wilbur Eubanks, Bill Brinson, C. J. 
Amnions, Rufus Braxton, Kerry Kicklighter. Bill Corbett. John Cioff, Ann Johnson, 
!Mary Ellen Jones, Joyce Peterson, Bettye Newton. Jean Thomas, Jane Goff, Ann 
Merritt, Edna Taylor, Rozelia Sullivan, Proctor Hardison, Vivian Miller, Gwen 
Tomlinson, Ruth Costible, Floradalia Bernier, Fay McMillan, Faye Cutler, Tassie 
Langley, Marj' Alice Beasley, Audrey Gaylor, Eleanor Reaves, C'orley Lineberger, 
Louise ^Morris, Doris Harper. Gene Barnes, Pearl Lamm, Evelyn Kellev, La Verne 
Driver, Helen Lamm, Iris Lee, Madison Smith, Charles Page, Frank Harrell. 

Music Hafh Charm 



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L'lulir tla- spliiulid ilirt'ctioii of Mr. Fontaine, tlu- (lirl's C'lionis, .ilso known as tin- 
Ciirl'.s Octet, lias made it possible for the stndents on cain|)ns and loeal orsjani/ations 
of tlie Town of Wilson to liear tlieir delii;htfnl musical proijrams. 

This fjrou]) consists of the followinj;-: .lean Thomas. .Joyce Peterson. Mary Ellen 
Jones. Todd Colette. Kdna Taylor. Iris Lee. M.iry Alice Beaslev. Mr. Font.iinc. 
director, and Jane Goif. 



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^en i Chorum 



\'arious comiminities, as well as our own students, have liad the opportunity to see 
and hear this "roup of men sing over the radio and in person. The Men's Chorus 
has added much to tlie enjoyment of all music listeners. 

This group consists of the followinsi: Mary Johnson, director; Kerry Kieklighter, 
Cecil Brown. John Cjoff. Bill Corhett. Joliii Rawls. Bill 15rinson. (iene Barnes. 
Clifton Morris. W. C. Pate. C. D. Gurganus. and C. J. Amnions. 




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Stag,e and Script 



Stage and Script is tlic ilraniatic orf>aiiii!ati(3n ■ on campus. Uiulcv tlir direction of 
Mrs. Doris C. Holswortli, head of tln' Dramatics Department, the club lias liad a 
very successful year. This cluh takes in all phases of [jroduction. 

Membershi)) of the club is not limited, and all students interested in any phase 
of dramatics may become a member of Stage and Scri])t. After two consecutive 
years in the club, members are awarded letters. Stage and Scri])t is a member of 
the Carolina Dramatics Association of Chapel Hill. 

OFFICERS 

I'rcsi/lciit 15KHiiV Vatse 

I'icr President Jessk .Ioxes 

Secrefari/ Doms Hahpeh 

Trea::urer F,li/,ai!etii Leach 

MEMBERS 

Mrs. Doris C. Ilolsworth. sp(nisov; Jean Thomas, Xorma Willard. Anna Jean I'oole, 
Jo Ann Coggins, Doris Harper, Alice Langston, Mary Lee Tanner, Tonnny Watson, 
James Wilder, Charlie ALiyo, Berry Vause, Charles Page, Todd Colette, Cecil 
Brown, Sybil ]5arrett, \'ivian Miller, Norwood Dunn, ^L•ldison Smith, ^L■^rjorie 
Killebrew, Proctor Hardison. Mar}- Elizalnth Coor, Walton Coley, Helen Lamm, 
Raid Poole, Jack Overman, Lib Leach, ^L^rguerite \oe, Rudolph Wiggs, Jesse 
Jones, Darwin McCafKty. Hal Smith, ^L■^rie PLirjier, 

On St(i(/e, I'lverjihod )! 




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Pan-j4ellenic Council 




TIic Paii-Hcllciiic Council is luadc ti]) of representatives from all the Circek letter 
organizations of the campus. The fuiicti(ni of this council is to set up rules and 
regulations {loverninu' tiie ori;aiiizatioiis. Promotinji ijood will among the sororities 
and fraternities is also fostered. 

MEMBERS 

Melville Warren. C. I). Gurganus, Raymond Sinitli. .Jackie .'^i)eight, Dorothy Waters, 
Laston Grantham, Royee Brinson. Lib Leach, Lib Ward Davis, Iris Lee, Alvin Suggs, 
Mary Alice Beasley. 



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Slg^ma ZJau Chi 



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The Sigma Tan Chi Sorority was foundt'd in 1!)20 by the Rev. John ]5arelay. Its 
motto is "Sunnis Uniuni." Its eolovs are yellow and white, and its Hower is the 
clirysantlieniuni. Tlie niemhers art' ehosen iiecausi' of their |)ersoiiality. loyalty, and 
interest in the school welfare. 

The s])onsors are Mrs. M. .1. Bird and Miss Mary Johnson. 

OFFKKHS 
First Si'mc.sii'r Sfcniid Scttifstcr 

Mary Alice Bkasley President Le.noke Phillips 

I.ENOHE Phillips J'ice President Hazel Davenpoht 

Edna Taylor Seeretari/ .Mary Frances Llewelyn 

Joyce Peter.son Treasurer Vivian Allen 

MEMBERS 

Thelnia Hardison, Reltorter; Evelyn Overman. Lenore Phillips, Lib Ward Davis. 
Hazel Davenport, Blanche Gay, Margaret Hemby, Cliaplain; Mary F"rances Llew- 
elyn, \'ivian Allen. ,loyce Peterson. Edna Taylor. Audrey Gaylor. Mary Alice 
Beasley. 



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PIti Kcippa cAlpna 



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Rev. John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox founded the Phi Kappa Aljiha Fraternity in 
the year of 192.T. Gold and white are its colors; and the daisy, it flower. 
The faenlty s))(insors are Mr. F. A. Hodges and Mr. M. .F. 15ird. 

OFFICRR.S 

First Semexier Si-cond Semester 

Alvin Sugg President Mac Hyhd 

RovcE Brinson lice President Tho.m.^s McCaskill 

Sanford Pittma.v Secretari/ Colon Ammons 

Don Torrence Treasurer Don Torrence 

Bill Corbett Chaplain John Gofe 

Bill Brinson Serc/eant-at-.lrins Royce Brinson 

MEMBERS 
Mac Byrd, Bill Massengill, Lloyd Brinson. Pete Riggin, Ben Barnes, James Brown. 
J. D. Thome, Harry Helmer, Colon Ammons, James DeRatt. Raymond Farris, 
Henry Davis, C. J. Amnions. Bill Brinson, Cecil Rhodes, Jolni Rawls, Paul Glazer, 
George Bailey. John Goff, Warren Barnes, Horace Overman, Gene Barnes, Thomas 
McCaskill, James Daniell. Sanford Pittman. Alvin Sugg, Don Torrence, Royce 
Brinson, Wilev Wall, Bill Corbett. 



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^elta Sl^ma 



A :^ 




Delta Sigma, tlie youngt'st of tlie sororitiis on the cami)iis, was orwaiiizeil in 1935. 
Its motto is "Torchhearcrs of Fricndslii])." Tins orfi'anization chose as its colors 
green and yellow; its Hower the jonquil. The niemliers are chosen for their leader- 
ship, personal charm, friendliness, and quality of character. 
The sponsors are Katheriiu- Lewis and Claude Lucas. 



OFFlCKRS 

First Scmcfifrr 

Iris Lee Prcs'ulcnt . . 

I.ii! Le.'Vcii /'/(•(' President 

Mahgueuite Noe St'crrtari/ . . 

Beulah Tew Treasurer . . 

Jean Lisenby 

Mary Lee Taxxer 



Sieond Semester 

Iris Lee 

. .Jeax .Sthother 

Maroierite Nok 

. . . . Beulah Tew 



Chaplain Doris Taylor 

nistorlan Doris Harper 



MKMHKRS 

Mary Lee Tanner, Brownie .loiies, .\lina Moore. 15eul; 
.Strother, Irances Creech, Jean Liseuhy, Iris Lee. Li 
Wyatt^ Marguerite Noe, and Marian Driver. 



Tew. Doris Har])er, .lean 
lycach. Doris Tavliir. Dot 



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Plti 3)eUa Qamma 

* A r 

The Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity was organized in 1937 from the "I Smoka Pipe 
Club." Its flower is the earnation ; blue and gold, its colors. The motto of the fra- 
ternity is "Everlasting Brotherhood." 

Dr. C. F. Eicher is their faculty sponsor. 

OFFICERS 
F'r.it Semt'sier Second Semester 

Raymond Smith President Arnold Tyndal 

Edward Kf:xNEDY Flee President Milton Lewis 

Fred Heath Secretari/ James Wilder 

Gerald Postletiiwaite Treasurer W. C. Pate 

C. D. GuRGANUs Chaplain Cecil Brown 

Arnold Tyndal Sergeant-at-Arms J. T. Cobb 

W. C. Pate Cvrrespiinding Secretary Norman Patterson 

MEMBERS 
W. C. Pate, Edward Kennedy, Raymond Smith. Fred Heatli, Jerry Postlethwaite, 
C. D. Gurganus, Charlie Mayo, William Shiver, (jene Lewis, .lunius Evans, James 
Wilder, Cecil Brown, ,Iesse Jones. Darwin McCaftity, Crlcnn Weaver, Wliitney 
Weaver, Milton Lewis, Monnie Holland. J. T. Cobb. Arnold Tyndal, Tommy Moore, 
Berrv Vause, Clifton Morris, Wavlon Bissette, Norman Patterson. 




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Pni Slg^ma Uau 



* :^ i: 




The Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, foiiiidiri in 1012, is the oldest Greek letter organiz.itioii 
on the eanipus. Its motto is "\on nobis sed omnilms." The sorority has as its flower 
the Blaek-eyed Susan; its eolors, black and si'old. The members are ehosen on the 
l)asi|S of their quality of eharaeter, leadership, and |)ersonality. 

The sponsors are Mrs. H. C. Moore, Mrs. Robert Spangler, and Miss .M.irv 
Naekos. 

OFFICERS 

First Scnif.ifcr Srcond Scnicxtcr 

Dorothy Waters Priwidfiit lAcgrELiNK Si>i;niiiT 

.Jacqueline Speioht J'ice Pri'sidciii Fhailein .Iarmax 

.Jeanne Si^essmuth Srrri'tnri/ Iris Ann Uinch 

GwEN ToMLiNSON Treasurer Donna Horton 

.losiE CiAm.ov Av Smith Chaplain Dahlene Ticker 

MEMBERS 

I'r.-iulein .larm.an, .T.ane (iott'. Iris Ann Buneh, Gwenn Tomlinson. .le.anne Snessnnith. 
I,(niise Morris, K;itherine M;ithis, Honorary Member; Diinna Horton. M.iry Ellen 
.fones. Bettye Newton. Dorothy Wjiters. ,I;ie(|neliiie .'-ipiiuht. .Josic ('.Mllow.iy .'^niitli. 
and Darlene Tiieker. 



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Sig^nta cAlpha 



i: A 

The Sigma Alpha was founded in 1925. The motto chosen is "Semper est amicitia." 
The colors are silver and lavender ; its flower, the sweet pea. 
The faculty sponsors are Mr. J. M. Waters and H. C. Moore. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Melville Warren President Roy Browx 

Buck Jones J'ice President J.\mes DeRatt 

Laston Grantham Secretary Jack Bynum 

Bill Harrison Treasurer Bill Thigpen 

Roy Brown Chaplain Walton Coley 

David Hardison Sergeani-at-Arms Harry Wynn 

MEMBERS 

Hal Smith. Allan DeRatt, William Thigpen, Ed Thompson, Richard Lle\velyTrr 
David Hardison, Roy Brown, Fred Pippin, Jim Horton, Billy Smith, Ronald Wliite, 
Thomas Wells. Jack Bynum. Earl Harrison. Ervin Hardy, William Bryant, Atwood 
Lee Horton, Harry Wynn, John O'Connor, Gerald Aycock, Walton Coley, Eugene 
Driver, Robert Cauady. Joe Costen. Raymond Suggs, Walter Correll, Melville War- 
ren, William Harrison. Milton Jones. Laston Grantham. 




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J4arnett County Club 




OFFICERS 

Pre. si (I cut Rov ]?i!o\vN 

J'ici- Prcxidciit Haiioli) IJaix 

Sccrctan/ F'uances Chapman 

Trcasiirrr , P. ^^ Bass 



MEMBERS 

Marion Zollicoft'er. ,Iohn Ingrain, Pat Gainey, Buck Jones, Mao Byrd, Roy Tart. 
Zel Carlson, L. C. Barbour. Bobliy Tart, Ciene Drixcr. .hniius Lcc, Roy Brown, 
Frances Chapman, Beulali Tfw, William Driver, Tliomas McCaskill. Harris C. 
Moore and Dr. Mildred Hartsoek. t'aeultv siionscn-s. 



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J^enolr County Club 



OFFICERS 

President Margaret Baker 

J'ice President Arxold Tyndal 

Secretary and Treasurer Hazel Davenport 



MEMBERS 

W. C. Pate, Tliomas Economus, Allan Tyndal. Hazel Davenport. William Howard, 
Marguerite Grady. Lenore Phillips. Arnold Tyndal. Clifton Morris. Alvin Sugg, 
Marie Harper, Raymond Smith, Proetor Hardison. Sarah Bain Ward, faculty adviser; 
Lee Capps. Irene Dudley. Anna Jean Poole. Reid Poole. Fred Heath. 




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W.cA.c4. Olliceti 




Tile Women's Athletie Association is composed of tlu- iiirls on cam))us who are 
interested in promoting!' wliolesome recreation and intramural atliletics. Tliis orsjani- 
zation feels that in order to maintain good health, every one should |)artici))ate 
freely in sports. 



OFFICKRS 

President ,lovcE 1'kterson' 

J' ice President Gwen Tomlinson 

Secretarji and Treasurer Mary Alice Beasley 

Senior Representative Iris Lee 

Junior Representative Mary Ellen Talton 

Sophomore Representative Doris Taylor 

Freshman Represenfafii'e FEf;(iY High 

Faculti) Adviser Kathehi.ne Lewis 



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i( 



c4 Club 



The "A" Club has done a good job of promoting sportsmanship around the campus 
and among the intramural sports. All of the members of the club have earned their 
letter in one or more of the inter-collegiate sports. 

OFFICERS 

J. D. TnoRXF, President Diciv Llewelyn 

Lastox Gr.4NTHAm Vice President Marion Zollicofker 

JoHX (ioFF Secretary Harold Bain 

David Hardison Treasurer Rov Brown 



MEMBERS 

Harold Bain, John (ioff. Thomas McCaskill, Marion Zollicoffer, David Hardison, 
J. D. Thorne, Roy Brown, Richard Llewelyn, Laston Grantham, Frank White, Paul 
Glazer, Pete Regan, Jim Horton. Ervin Hardy, John O'Connor, Al DeRatt, Brantley 
Aycock, Gene Driver, Ronald White, P'rank Sliearin, Jim Brown, Raymond Smith. 
James Daniell, Harry Helmer, Henry Mercer. Buck .r(mes. L. C. Barbour. George 
Saleeby, Ed Tompson. Henry Davis, Ted Thomas. 




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V 




HARDY DINING HALL 



90 



Our SportA %VorLd 








^^jt)^'j^ii^B^mi& 



Rah! Rah! for the hlue and wliite . . . let's go team . . . Sportsmanship . . . 
Battles for Bohuiikus . . . Pep rallies and bonfires . . . Intranuirals . . . awarding 
letters and medals. . . . 



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// 



Coacltlng^ Staff 

RoiiKHT F. Sl'ANIiLKU, Ilcdd CodcJl 

Edc.ar L. Baii.ey, Jx.sixtniil Coach 
M. J. BvHi), Director of .Ithh'tic.s 



Cheerleader^ 




Jiiines Pierce. He;id C'lieerleader ; R;jmniia Worley. Norvcllc Wliitlew Jo Aim C(i<r- 
niiis, r.drrainr ('.■irpciitcr. Miriam Dmvns. Jean Taltdii. Ztll Carlson, .'^vliil }5arrftt. 



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r:t« ■S'.'.-'j^iSRtgaFJv;'- 



3nter'Colleg,iate football 



J. DeRatt, Eiinis. Heliner. ZollicoftVr. J. Brown. Wliitlcy. Hardy. A. DeRatt 
Hobson, Barefoot, Bippus, Kickliglitir. Hortoii, Stott. Cilaztr, IJtwelyii. Wliiti'. 
Barnes, Thompson, McNamara. Mercer. R. Brown Strickland P'ox. Sniitli. Ciotf, 
Wiggins, Maffei, Cosco. Cowan. Mann. Allslirook. McCuskill. and Riddle. 



SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 



Atlantic Christian 

Atlantic Christian (i 

Atlantic Christian 7 

Atlantic Christian 

Atlantic Christian 6 

Atlantic Christian 

Atlantic Christian 

Atlantic Christian 



Krskinc 27 

Elon 1-1. 

E.C.T.C 13 

High Point 33 

Appalachian 33 

Lenoir Rhync 29 

Norfolk . ." 13 

Campbell (i 



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'V 



3nter-Colleg,late (Baseball 




Byrd, Chapin, J. D. Tlioriic, (iudwiii, J. Tlionic, Hardy, Davis, DaiULll, M. J. 
Bird, White, McCaskill, Jones, Aycock, Bain Smith. 



schedule: and rksults 



Athmtic 
AUantif 
Athintic 
Athmtic 
Athmtic 
Athmtic 
Atlantic 
Athintic 
Ath-mtic 
Athintic 
Athmtic 
Athmtic 
Athmtic 
Ath-mtic 



C 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Chr 

Clir 

Chr 



10 Hiitii I'oint \ 

o KIcni .-J 

12 Lenoir Rhync 7 

1. Fdon 10 

•1 Klon ;( 

10 W.C.T.C -J 

>S W.C.T.C lo 

2 Hio-h Point I 

;? Wake Forest 7 

1.5 Cherry Point S 

;^ Ap])ahichian 8 

5 Appahicliian 7 

E.C.T.C 1 

9 E.C.T.C 11 



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3nter"Colleg,iate (Basketball 



AtL-uitic Christian ^^ 

Atlantic Christian -50 

Atlantic Christian 57 

Atlantic Christian -'JO 

Atlantic Christian to 

Atlantic Christian •'>1 

Atlantic Christian 3(5 

Atlantic Ciiristian 50 

Atlantic Christian ().'? 

Atlantic Christian K! 

Atlantic Christian 53 

Atlantic Christian 63 

Atlantic Ciiristian 33 

Atlantic Christian 33 

Atlantic Ciiristian 70 

Atlantic Christian \'l 

Atlantic Ciiristian H 

Atlantic Christian 12 

Atlantic Christian 46 

Atlantic Christian 52 

Atlantic Ciiristian 1.5 



Wake Forest 


71 


Roanoke 


(1 1 


Lynchburg- 


.il 


Wake Forest 


61 


Cjuilford 


58 


Catawba 


72 


E.C.T.C 

Elon 


38 

42 


Hic;h Point 


62 




l;l 




57 




71 


p:ion 


■17 




51 


Xoi'folk Naval Station 


55 


Hiii'h Point 


11 


Cniilford 


.51 


W.C.T.C 

A\' C T C 


11 

57 




19 


e".C .T.C 


56 





i'^f^^-f^o 







Coach Spangler, Allsbrook, ,f. Thorne, Brown, (jlazer. Stott. Aycock. Tart. Thorne, 
Davis, Barniiill, Kravetz. Daniell, B. Tart; Managers: Tom Proctor, Frank Shearin. 



V 



OFFICERS II\ I]\TRAMURAL SPORTS 




Harris C. Moore, Director -of Intranuirals; Pat Gainey, Assistant Director; John 
Inijrani, Puhlieitv Director. 



PI]\G-PO]\G CHAMPIONS 




Siii(/lrx Cliiiniji 
Franklix Batten 



Ddiihli'x Champ 
Ernest Atkinson, Billy Smith 



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TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS 




PHI KAPPA ALPHA 

Raymond Farris, Wilty Wall, Mac Byrd. Jimmy Daiiiell. Warren Barnes, Horace 
Overman, Don Torreiice. Coach; ,). 1). Thome. Francis Anniions. Bill Corbett. 

VOLLEYBALL CHAMPI01\S 



--^■.- (jaattMiB 




PHI DELTA GAMMA 

Clifton Morris, Milton Lewis, .\rnold Tyndall. Darwin MeC'atfity. Norman Patter- 
son, Coach; Raymond Smitii. Monnie Holland. 



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SOFTBALL CIIAMPI01\S 



I ' Iv- 




'Si M J^ f 



PHI KAPPA ALPHA 

Royce Brinson. Woody Parkt-r, IJill Corbctt, ]5ill Mdriraii. .limiiiy D.initU, Ivan 
Adams, Carl Williams, Don Torreiicf, Francis Amnions, John Gott', Clifton Pliilvaw. 
Wilov Wall. 



BASKETBALL CHAMPIOI^S 



i 


*Wt 


1 






L 


1 i > 


' 1 




V 


Mj^ 


^H'^^^ -^ 




M 1 w 




|<K 




1 


it* 


4' 1 





Robfy Thornton, Billy Simpson, Krnust Atkinson, Roy Brown, Andy Phillips. H.irry 
Helmer, Billy Smith, Gtne Driver, Coach; Howard Cayton, 

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TEIVXIS CIIAMPIOINS 




Doiihles 
Ra3'mond Farris and William Man 



September 19i6 marked the bejfinning of one of tlie best Intranuiral jirograms to 
be on our campus. Under the suijervision of Harris (Serapjiy) Moore and Pat 
Gainey, the program gained its rigiitful ])laee in our athhtie world. It is stated to 
be one of the best in the state of North Carolina and ranks with some of the best 
in the nation. 



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J/ 




Discussing latest ilirl . . . Straniir what iiiakf-up can do . 
Sunny-side up . . . Banky. Jr. . . . Going my way. I'cc Wcc 
hair , , , drizzles . . . There goes the groom. 



riiis eiul u|) 
Look. .Mama, lu 



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3eaturei 




Our Social Jf'hirl 

Receptions . . . Dances . . . Football . . . Dorm Parties . . . Caroling . . . Holidays 
. . . Basketball . . . Initiations . . . Stunt Night . . . Concerts . . . Baseball 
. . . May Day . . . .Junior-Senior Prom . . . Hen Parties . . . Bull Sessions . . . 
Dating. 



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Our Judges 

Ronald Reagan and 

Jane Wyman 

)f Hollywood, California 



T*^ .. -I 



9Xv^ -O-wT-c X^w^-^ '^^Cvx.oi. WvJU n/-UL-f x.v-.X^^-^'Ci-J- - 

Ov-^v*^ r»\.*<. /a<*-^ '^dyjtdi <:^w\. A_-u<i^ -^-l/Lo^ /tX^T.-0< v—w^i-X. 



*-%*-^ 



iTV'X^ 






(^»«^ 




7i>'rO 



(^o^v^^^J O /V*^^^^ 




QUEEIV of the YEARBOOK 



Elizabeth Leacu 
Wilson, N. C. 



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ATTEI\DA]\TS 




Douis Haiu'kk 
S|jriiiii' Hope, N. C. 



Mahv Alice Beaslkv 
Four Oaks, \. C. 



ulte ^ueen^^ Court 




Evelyn EcoNOiMors 
Koi'kv Mount, N. C. 



Thelma Hardison 
Jamesville, N. C. 



E LOR ADA LI a BeRXIER 

Ponce, Puerto Rieo 



104 



Lib Ward Davis 
Willianiston, N. C. 

Lorraine Carpenter 
Rockv Mount. \. C. 



Grisella Carlson 
Lilliiigtoii. X. C. 

Syril Barrktt 
Farinvillf. N. C. 



Bettve Newton 
Wilson, X. C. 

Iris Ann Bixch 
Elizabeth Citv, X. C. 



Pegoy High 
Wilson, N. C. 

Gene Talton 
Smithfield, N. C. 




We C, 



rown iiou 



Uc 




HER ROYAL MAJESTY . . . 



Une faculty, Cntertain^ 





THE MOST VALUABLE 
FOOTBALL PLAYEB 

Harry Hklmer 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Prc.tenied a^cnrd hi/ 

U'ilsDii Junior Cliamlx-r of Commerce 



MAY QIJEEIV 



MAY KI]\G 




Beilah Rasiskhrv 
Farniville. N. C. 



,Iaciv Daniell 
Bouavt. Gforajia 



M.ay. 3ia^ . . . 1947 



ATLANTIC CHRISTIA]^ COLLEGE 




The Coronation 



108 



Lntangling the Maypole . . . 




Tripping the light fantastic . . . 



Clean- l/lp-J)a^^ 



. . . Dust, (lust, fvcrywliert- . . . hrcioiiis. mops, ;uiil (lustiiij; I'lotlis cDiiif out of 
the c'losft first thing cxcry nioruiiii;' to clean u|> after . . . Naiiiiii and I'aison 
are always on iiand . . . Charlie eould not he found the day pietures were made . . . 
understand that he was eleaniuu; u]) the furnaee room . . . but our hats !>o off to 
him too . . . we niii;lit add that those eheerie "hellos" art' most appreciated , , . 
tjianks faithful friends. . . . 




Naomi 



F.\isox 



110 




We're off . . . Disgusting . . . Goffers . . . Ke-\vit now . . . Watcii it . . . '\V;irm 
blooded . . . Snow liirds . . . Snow Hakis . . . Speak, see. and liear no evil . . . 
Everybody wants to get into tlie aet . . . Scene outside Ptomaine liall . . . Cold end 
kids . . . Tliat's what you get . . . Some people just won't face facts . . . Finally 
made it . . . Snow model of Jane Russel . . . Let's have a holidav. 



Senior 3)irectory, 



Wayi.on i;is.«i;Tr. President Seieiu-e C'lul) 1, ^, :i ; 
Dramatic Club 1, 3; Christian Fellowsliiji 1, 2, 3; Plii 
Delta Ganiina Fraternity 1, 2, 3; Hiiuse President 
and Clia])lain; Sujiervisor of Dininp Hall 3. 
I,AWRi:xcK Chani)I,i:ii. Special Stiulent; transfer from 
Kansas City ,Iuni(ir Collcfte, Mi). 

FiiANii:s CiiDKCii. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, !■; Delta Sifinia 
Sorority 2, 3, \; Treasurer of Soplioinnre Class 2; 
Vice President of Delta Sigma 3; Junior Heiiresenta- 
tive of W.A.A. 3. 

V. W. Cai.iahan. Holmes Bible College, Cireenville, 
S. C; Cbrl.stian Fellowship 3, 4. 

Jamks D. Danihi.i.. Pre.sident of the cooperative 
Association t; Member of "A" Club 3, i-^ A'eteran's 
Club 3, +; Phi Kappa Aljiba Fraternity 3, 1. 
Ha;i;i. Davi:.n-i'okt. Sigma Tan Cbi Sorority 3, \: 
Secretary, He])orter, Cliajilain, \'ice President of 
Sorority; Secretary of .lunior Class 3; .Funior He]i- 
resentative on the Woman's Dormitory Council 3; 
House President of Caldwell Hall; Secretary and 
Treasurer of Lenoir County Club; May Court 3. 
Lib Waiiu Davis. Secretary , Junior Class 3; Student 
Council 3, !■; S'gma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, !•; Presi- 
dent Sigma Tau Cbi Sorority :{; Pan Hellenic Council 
3; (lolden Knot Honor Society 3, 4-; Candidate for 
Queen of the Yearbook t. 

Ihknk DnDi.Kv. Assistant lousiness Manager Pini; 
Knot !■; Cbri.'ftlan Fellowshiii 1, 2, 3, +; Science Club 

2, 3; A.C.LS. 2, 3: S<-crctarv A. CIS. 3; President 
A.C.LS. 3; Torrhli</hl Staff 2; Colli-,/;,,!,' Staff 3, t; 
Pixi: KxoT Staf^' 3, !•; Stage and .Script 2; Secretary 
Science Club 2; Reporter ScietU'C Club 3. 

.Ii'Nirs Evans. Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity. 
,Ianh C.ovk. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, -t; Ciirl's Sextette 1, 2, 

3, 4; President Freshnum Class 1; l\>r,-hlit/ht StatT 

1, 2; Stage and Script 1; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 

2. 3, I; Cba))lain Phi Sigma Tau 2; Treasurer Pbi 
Sigma Tau 3; \'ice President Phi Signui Tau 3; 
S.C A. Cabinet 2; President Pan Hellenic Council 3; 
Golden Knot 3, 4; Chief Marshal t; House Presi- 
dent Kinsey Hall !•; Woman's Dormitor\- ("(unieil t; 
ll7io'.« n7i» t; May Court 1-. 

C. O. Gi'HOA.vrs. tJolden Knot Honor Society l-; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer Golden Knot !■; Glee Club 1, 3; 
. Marshal !•; Dormitory Council 2; Fducation Club 2; 
Phi Delta tiamma Fraternity 3, 4; President 3; Chap- 
lain L; Men's Chorus 3, 4-; C nil, -n kite Staff 3, 4; Vet- 
eran's Club 3; H'/k/.'.' Who 4;' Student Legislature 
Delegate 3: Pan Hellenic Council 3, 4; Secretary 3. 
TiiEi.MA Hahpison. Transfer from W.C.U.N.C. and 
E.C.T.C. Sigma Tau Cbi Sorority 2, 3, 4; May 
Court 3; May Queen 4; Cand'date for Queen of the , 
Yearbook 4. 

F"RAri.i:iN .LvRMA.v. Secretary of Freshman Orienta- 
tion 1; S C.A. 2; Christian F'ellowsbiji \. 2, 3; Secre- 
tary 2; Pbi Sigma Tau Sorority 2. 3, 4; Secretary 2; 
Vice President 3: Glee Club \, 2, 3; Dramatics Club 
2; Golden Knot Honor Society 3; Woman's Dorm'tory 
Council 3; Secretary F'.xeeutive Board and Coiinera- 
tive Associatiim 3; 'll'/io'.v Wl„) 3; W.S.S.F. Delegate 
2; May Court 4. 

AiiTiirR Jknnkttk. Representation Junior Class on 
Boys Dormitory Council I. 2; Sigma Alpha Fra- 
ternity, Varsity Basketball 2, 3. 

Mary Ellkn .Ionks. Glee Club L 2, 3, 4; Girl's Sex- 
tette 2, 3, 4; Pbi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4: Girl's 
Council 1; President Girl's Council 4; President of 
S.C. A. 3; President Pbi Sigma Tau Sorority 3; Vice 
President Phi Sigma Tau 2; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 3, 1; Winner of Waters Cuji 3; Who's Who 



t; Senior .Su])erlatives 4; May Court 3; Christian 
Fellowsbi]) 1, 2; Pan Hellenic Council 3. 
Pkari. L.i.Mii. Cilee Club 4; .Secretary of Woman's 
normitor\' Counc 1 4. 

Iiiis i.ia:.' (ilee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Delta 
.Sigma Sororitj' 2, 3, 4; Chajilain 2; Secretary 3; Presi- 
dent 1; Golden Knot Honor Society 3, 4; Treasurer 
Junior Class 3; Secretary Senior Class 4; W.A.A. 4; 
Girl's Octette 1, 2, 3, 4'; Chairman of May Day 3; 
May Court 4. 

ViniA Lkwis. Glee Club 2; Science Club 3; Cliristian 
F"ellowshii) 1, 3. 

ViviA.N Mii.i.KR. Transfer from Indiana University; 
Secretary of Science Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Pinf 
Knot Staff 3; CirlU'iiioIr Staff 3, 4; Dramatics Cluh 
3, 4; Kaiipa Phi National Sorority. 
ToM."\iv Mooni:. Tennis Team 3; Phi Delta (iamma 

2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary 2; Cilee Club 1, 2, 

3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, I; Ministerial Christian Fel- 
lowsbi). 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Ci.ii'To.v Morris, Plii Delta Ciamma Frat<'rnity 1, 2. 
3; Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Male Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 
2; Lenoir County Club 3; Sc'ence Club 'A. 
Maroikriti: Xoi:. President Senior Class 4; Delta 
S'gma 2, 3, 4; Secretary Delta Sigma 4; F.ditor Ctl- 
l,',/i,,.l,' 3; Associate Editor t 'oll,'i/!at,- -I; F'xlitorial 
Staff PiNi; Knot 3; S.C. A. Cabinet 2; Town Rejire- 
sentative W.D.C. 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent Dramatics Club 3; Student Legislature Dele- 
gate 3; W.A.A. 1, 2; Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; President 
Colden Knot 4; Who'x Who 4. 
Cmari.ds Gii,.Mi:n Parbish. Transfer from Camiibell 
I'ollege and Wake ^^)rest College. 

W. C. Pati:. Jr. Phi Delta (iaimua Fraternity, Cor- 
resjionding Secretary 3, Treasurer 3; Male Chorus 
2, 3; Glee Club 1; Lenoir County Club 3; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council 2. 

.Iacui iivN Si'DKiiiT. Transfer from W.C.U.N.C; Ph! 
Sigma Tau Sorority 3, 4, Vice President 3; May 
Court 3; President Sorority 4. 

F'rank Sin:ARiN. Manager Basketball team :i, -I; 
"A" Club 4; Christian Fellowshiji 4. 
.Marv Lkk Taxniir. Transfer from Bluelield College; 
Delta Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I, Secretary 
2, ^'ice ['resident !5, Historian 4, Commercial 1, 2; 
Business Manager Pixi; Kxot 4; Stage and Scrij.t 
2, 3, 4. Cheer Leader 1; Senior Su)>erlative 4; Editor 
'■^■(lu Name It" 3, 4; May Court 4. 
Mi:i,vti.i.i: F. Waurk.v. Sigma Alpha F'raternity 3, 4; 
May King 4; Pan Hellcu'e Ciuincil 3, 4, President 4; 
May Court 3; President Fraternity 4; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council 2; Cnllrr/ml,' Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Social 
Committee 2; Pixk Kxc.t Stafl' 2, 3; Stage and 
Scri])t I, 2, 3, 4; ^■eteran■s Club 3, 4; Building Fund 
Committee 4. 

Dorothy Watfrs. Dramatics Club 1; Treasurer Fresh- 
man Class 1; Staff of Tnrrhlir/hl 1; Treasurer Sorority 
2; Denny F'.ssay Cup 3; Associate Editor of Cill,,/!,,!, 
2; PixF Kxot Staff 2, 3; Secretary Pan Hellenic 
Council 3; President Sorority 3; Women's Athletic 
Association 3; Pbi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3. 
RiHY Watfrs. A.C.LS. 2; Science Club 3; Rejiresent- 
ative (Jirl's Dormitory Counc'l 2. 

CiiAHi.oTTF Wfuster. .\.C.I.S. 2; Science Club 3; 
Re]iresentative Girl's Dormitory Council 2. 
RiDoii'ii WiGos. Dramatics Club L 2, 3, 4; Science 
Club 1, 2, 3; Torchlinht Staff 2; Pine Knot Staff 
3; Ciilli-fiiatc Staff 3. 

Cr.ARA Wool. ARM. Senior Activities; Member of Science 
Club; Member of A.C.LS.; Vice President of Dormi- 
tory Council; Member of Dramatics Club. 



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Please ZJake vlme to J\ead iJnU 



It's yours now, but before we bring this 
year to a close, we'd like to say a few more 
words. 

First of all, we'd like to pay tribute to 
the ones who helped to make this book pos- 
sible. To Raines & Cox for their fine pho- 
tography and advice, we give our thanks. 



• 



To the members of the staff — Irene, (iladys, 
Edna, Ecky, Mona, Flo, .Jeanne, Alma, 
Rachel, Doris, Dot, and Charles — we say 
"Thanks a million." Our sincere a])precia- 
tion to Mr. Stark for his hel]) and guidance, 
and aitpreciation is due Mr. \Vm. Oliver 
Smith for his wise words of advice and 
kindness to us, and the coojKration of Miss 
Ward should not go unmentioned. To Ronald 



Reagan and Jane Wyman of Hollywood, 
California, go our sincere thanks for their 
gracious cooperation in selecting the queen 
of our yearbook. For all the others who 
helped us in one way or another, and to the 
teachers that overlooked our cuts from 
class, we sav, "Thank vou very much." 




• 



A word of praise should go to our adver- 
tisei-s, who year after year give us a mighty 
big boost. Please do us and yourselves a 
favor — read the ads. \Vc h()])e you enjoy the 
book. If you can thumb tlircnigh the book 
ten years from now and still feel a pull at 
your heart, then our job has been complete. 

"God ga\e us memory so that we might 
have roses in December." 

Gene and Lee. 



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HOMEWARD BOUND . . . 




ALLD LAIVG SYIVE 



cAdvertiiementi 



RAINES & COX 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 
FOR 

ANNUAL 



STUDIO 

CarroH Building 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



CAROLINA OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

Printers Stationers Office Outfitters 

Underwood Typewriters Siindsdrand Adding Machines 



Drinh 




cca\ 






in Bottles 


BARXES-HARRELL CO. 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 


BARNES MOTOR 


AMERSON'S 


AND 




PARTS CO. 




HILLSIDE FLORIST 


Compliments of 


* 


BOYKIN 


Beautiful Floral 
Arrangements 


GROCERY CO. 


* 




Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 

JOHNSON FURNITURE STORE 

Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



TOWN OF WILSON 



PURITY BAKERY 

Oven Fresh 
Purity Bread 



Home Owned 
* 

Wilson, N. C. 



DICKS 
ELECTRICAL CO. 

* 

Complete Line of 
HOME APPLIANCES 

Commercial and Domestical 
Inst-allation and Maintenance 

Hotpoint, Hoover, Maytag, 
Crosley Appliances 



Wilson, N. C. 

Day Phone 2579 
Night Phones 4759 - 4763 



PARKER'S BARBECUE 

2 Miles South on Highway 301 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



MEI\U 

Fried Chicken Stetuned Oysters 

Barbecue Steuk 

BrunswicU Stetv 



Special Dining Room for Parties 



Reservation: 3828-9 



Serve Anywliere 
for Any Number 



MOTHER AND 
DAUGHTER FASHIONS 

Wilson, North Carolina 



''The Fashion Center for 
Thrifty fT ofiien" 



Compliments of 

CORBETT 
MOTOR CO. 

BVICK DEALER 



WILSON. N. C. 



Compliments of 

BRUCE LAMM 



Where Young Men 
Like to Trade 



WILSON. N. C. 



WILSON DRUG CO. 

PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 

Yardley Agency DuBarry Agency 

Sheaffer's Pens Eastman Kodaks 

Nunnally's Candies 

1 14 S. Tarboro St. Wilson, N. C. 



Silverware Chinaware 


/liURCHUJEIJjC 

\^ JEWELERS ^ 


CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST 


REGISTERED JEWELERS 


AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 


Watches • Jewelry 




Taylor's Barber Shop 


Best Wishes! 


Our Haircuts 


Belk-Tyler's 


Fit Any Head 

HOT AND COLD SHOWERS 


Wilson's Shopping Center 


106 South Tarboro Slreet 




WILSON, N. C. 


EM-JAY SPORTING 


Compliments of 


GOODS CO. 


TOBACCO CITY 




MOTORS INC. 

FORD DEALER 

WILSON, N. C. 


106 South Tarboro Street 


Wilson, N. C. 



CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST CO. 



At the Close of Business December 31, 1947 



WILSON 
ELM CITY 
GOLDSBORO 



FREMONT 

SELMA 

FAYETTEVILLE 



WARSAW 

WALLACE 

FAISON 



KINSTON 
NEW BERN 
TRENTON 



PLYMOUTH 
WILLIAMSTON 



"THE SAFE EXECUTOR" 

E S 



R E S O U R C 

Cash and Due from Banks - - S 26.697.788.42 

United States Government Securities $50,948,757.34 

Obligations of Federal Agencies 20,492.922.78 

State. County and Municipal Securities 5.399.849.79 

TOTAL BONDS AT COST LESS VALUATION RESERVES 

(Par Value $78,691,891.84) 

Loans and Discounts 

Accrued Interest and Other Assets 

Banking Houses. Furniture and Fixtures and Real Estate 

(Tax Value $286.535.001 



76,841.529.91 



.341.649.97 
312.293.48 



268.187.19 



LIABILITIES 



Capital Stock — Common 

Capital Stock — Preferred 

Surplus 

Undivided Profits 

Reserves 

Dividend Payable January 1. 1948 

Unearned Discount and Other Liabilities.. 
Deposits 



$109,461,448.97 

$ 400.000.00 
100.000.00 
750.000.00 
854.155.68 
307.250.00 
12.000.00 
167,906.59 
106.870.136.70 



$109,461,448.97 
SOUND BANKING AND TRUST SERVICE FOR EASTERN CAROLINA 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



The College GirVs Shop 

• 

BARSHAY'S 
LADIES' SHOP 

'^Apparel that Appeals^^ 

Wilson, N. C. 



T. W. WOOD 

Field and Garden Seed 

Available at 

Grices Seed Store 



120 South Tarboro Street 
WILSON, N. C. 



Eat at 

MURPHY'S 



Delicious Sandwiches 

and 

Fountain Service 



Flowers 
For All Occasions 



STARR THE FLORIST 

Wilson, N. C. 



DIAL 2108 - 2109 



RAINBOW 
RESTAURANT 



"Where Collegians Meet and Eat" 



110 South Goldsboro Street 



Compliments of 

THOMAS- 
YELVERTON 
FURNITURE 

COMPANY 



Compliments of 

WILSON 

INDUSTRIAL 

BANK 

118 West Nash Street 



Christmas Savings Clubs 

Installment Loans 

Savings Deposits 



Member Federal Deposit 
Insurance Corporation 



Compliments of 


NATIONAL BANK 


WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 


^ 


Double "A" Riiffin 


Compliments of 

WILSON 
HARDWARE 


Says 
BUY 

GULF 

PRODUCTS 


COMPANY 




They're Ail Good 



Cornpliments of 

WILSON -:- CAROLINA 
THEATRES 




f 


judeEte^. 


Come in and See the 
NEW COLLEGE STYLES 

They're Sivell! 




DRESS SHOP ^ 


\^ 


Vhere Smartness Prevails* 

219 East Nash Street 
Wilson, N. C. 


OETTIIVGER'S 

"T/je Dependable Store'' 

Dial 2124 Wilson, N. C. 


Compltiiieiiis of 

WM. H. HII\ES 
BARBER SHOP 

• 

l.'SO South Goldsboro Street 
WILSON, N. C. 


Coinpliinenls of 

P. L. WOODARD & CO. 
Farm Supplies 


MOSS AND COMPANY 

"Treat People Righr 



THEATRE SODA SHOP 


SCHRAFFT'S CANDIES 


The Handy Place for 

MAGAZINES . . . DRINKS CANDIES . . . TOBACCOS 


KAYWOODIE PIPES 


Next to Wilson Theatre Hot Soup Every Day 


WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


J. C. PENNEY INC. 


COLLEGE GROCERY 


McCormick & Co., Inc. 

Baltimore, Maryland 


TERMINAL 
DRUG STORE 




Opposite ACL Station 


PURVEYORS OF FINE SPICES, 
TEAS, EXTRACTS, 


Phone 2101 


FOOD COLORS, CONDIMENTS, 
INSECTICIDES 




Wilson, N. C. 


Compliments of 


YOU NAME IT 


Delta Sigma Sorority Publication 



ROBBINGS 
JEWELRY CO. 

1 12 South Goldsboro Street 
WILSON, N. C. 


CongratuluttoHs, 
Seniors! 

* 

R. E. QUINN & 
COMPANY 

WILSON, N. C. 

* 

^"Furniture of Character'''' 


Keepsake and Copley 
Diamonds 

Famous Make Watches 


Records and Musical 
Supplies 


HACKNEY 
TIRE CO. 

* 

Goodrich Tires 
Goodrich Batteries 


Compliments of 

THE 

CHERRY 

HOTEL 


Nash Street 


WILSON, N. C. 



''The Men's Shop" 
• 

HOWARD ADKINS, Inc 

* 

QUALITY MEN'S WEAR 
Wilson, N. C. 



Shop with Confidence and W ear with Pride 

* 

LEDER BROTHERS 
Department Stores 

WILSON, N. C. 



LILES MALLISON 
FURl^ITURE CO. 

HARDWARE 

106-108 East Barnes Street 
133 South Tarboro Street 



Phone 4436 



Phone 4545 



FLOWERS' SHOE STORE 

H F. Flowers, Owner 

* 

QUALITY, STYLE and SERVICE 

* 

108 S^ Tarboro Street 

Phone 2523 Wilson, N. C. 



BRIDGERS PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE 



125 South Tarboro Street 



PHONE 4428 



COMPLETE 

PAINT : WALLPAPER : VENETIAN BLIND 

SERVICE 



Compliments of 



^immle Mentpie^y 3nc. 



LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS 



READ IT 
FIRST 



Il\ THE 

KINSTON DAILY 
FREE PRESS 



'^ Americans Premier 
Small City Daily" 

(Reg. ir. S. Pat. Office) 



H. Gait Braxton 
Publisher 

KINSTON, N. C. 



Webb's 
Wilson Shoe Store 



Home of Nationally 
Known Footwear 



Your Patronage 
Appreciated 



II 



Home of Good Coffee" 



132 North Goldsboro Street 



WILSON, N. C 



Compliments of 

WRIGHT 

TIRE 
COMPANY 

* 
105 North Douglas Street 

• 

Tires : Tubes : Batteries 



BISSETTE'S 
DRUG STORE 

Wilson : Greenville 



Serving Eastern 

ISorth Carolina 

At a Serving 



WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 

Quality Without Extravagance 

125-127 South Goldsboio Street WILSON, N. C. Telephone 3035 



Carolina Laundry & Cleaners, Inc. 

Launderers Sanitone Dry Cleaning 

MODERN STORAGE FOR FURS AND WOOLENS 
Your Patronage Is Appreciated 

PHONE 2164 



READ 

THE WILSON DAILY TIMES 

Wilson Coiinty''s Newspaper 



'^Evening Hours are Reading Hours 



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Compliments of 

W. C. REID 
cfttd 
COMPA]\Y 



115 South Goldsboio Street 



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THE STAFF 



Compliments of Friends 



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X ES. leathers are vitally important to you. and to every good citizen — 
yet today, as you well know, there are far from enough fully qualified 
teachers in our schools. What can you do to help solve the serious 
school-teacher shortage? 

YOU CAN DO THIS! 

First: Clieck up on educational conditions in your local schools. Second: 
Work with civic groups and school boards seeking to improve teachers' 
working and living conditions. The joint effort of forward-looking 
citizens can and must save this situation — for the sake of our children 

and our country. 

Printed as a public service by 

EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 

Printers : Stationers : Lithographers : Engravers 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



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